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The appeal of walking over to Callot is witout doubt largely due to the thrill of walking on a sea-bed path that will be covered again as the tide rises - so make sure you check the tide times before you set off ! No cars are allowed to cross to...more
Having stayed at Yelloh! Village les mouettes this island is only a short bike ride away. There’s a school and a church on the island as well as people’s houses. The tide times should be observed though as you could find your self marooned on...More
It is a very pleasant if not unusual walk, heading out along with the tide to the island. The island itself is very simple. Very picturesque and a photography dream. Flat and not overly long too, and the start point is served by the free...More
Very much enjoyed our walk to and around this island. The walk along the causeway at lowish tide and the fact you need to get back in time are a unique feature. We arrived and left a couple of hours around low tide and the...More
Walked out from the port carpark, which is free for two hours but very busy. It's a lovely walk and my girls (4 and 2) collected shells and paddled in and out of the water, as we walked. Took 20-30 mins as we strolled a...More
Make sure to check the tides' timings before you head there.
2 hours back and forth is plenty but you can easily spend a whole afternoon there and enjoy a lie in on one of the many beaches.
We went with our pram. Not always...More
Nice walk , lovely scenery, bring a picnic and relax. You can also cycle or drive but driving is lazy and annoying for those that like to walk. Ok for those that need to do it but otherwise get out and enjoy the fresh air.